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n. (used with a sing. verb)
The study of the forces involved in the circulation of blood.

he′mo·dy·nam′ic adj.
he′mo·dy·nam′i·cal·ly adv.
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Noun1.hemodynamics - the branch of physiology that studies the circulation of the blood and the forces involved
physiology - the branch of the biological sciences dealing with the functioning of organisms


n. hemodinamia, el estudio de la dinámica de la circulación de la sangre.
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Confirmation of pulmonary hypertensive crisis if occurred, is via invasive haemodynamic monitoring through pulmonary artery catheter, parameters such as rising right atrial and pulmonary pressures with decreasing cardiac output are the hallmark.
the framework will be structured in the following categories: central line access haemodynamic monitoring vascular access the framework agreement will be available to the hse and those organisations referred to in appendix 3 of the itt.
Non-invasive ventilation, temporary pacing, left ventricular assist devices, invasive haemodynamic monitoring, vasoactive drugs and intra-aortic balloon pumps are all commonplace in these acute units and require a 1:2 ratio [which is what the NSWNMA claim calls for].
Edwards Lifesciences Corporation (NYSE: EW), a provider of heart valves and haemodynamic monitoring, announced on Thursday the appointment of Scott B.
After application of routine haemodynamic monitoring (three-lead electrocardiogram, noninvasive blood pressure and pulse oximetry), anaesthesia was induced using a bolus intravenous injection of thiopentone 4 to 5 mg/kg.
Clinical Review: Complications and risk factor of peripheral arterial cathetes used for haemodynamic monitoring in anaesthesia and intensive care medicine.
These values were considered as the baseline values for the further haemodynamic monitoring and manipulations.
Since there is no formal education for critical care nurses in Croatia, all nurses who start work in our unit are provided with internal education through six different modules (anatomy of heart, haemodynamic monitoring, blood transfusion, infection control, drugs and mechanical support).
During hospitalisation, a bladder Foley catheter of size 16 French was placed for drainage and haemodynamic monitoring.
Topics include chest radiograph, electrocardiographs and arterial blood gas interpretation, practice scenarios, fluid management, haemodynamic monitoring, shock, airway management and oxygen therapies.